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switchbacks they all know and say it's a common occurrence. when muni says they rarely use switch back it's incredulous. they feel it's a common experience in their muni experience as it is mine. now we will switch back to me. what i want to say one of the main findings in the report is the fact that out of all the transit systems we interviewed only one used switchbacks as muni does to -- >> can i interrupt you and ask you about that? >> yes. >> perhaps i missed it, but can you talk a little bit about the other jurisdictions that you spoke with? >> you know what we're going to have in jack's report -- he's going to talk about how we chose the other jurisdictions. >> great. >> and jack and i interviewed them together and some of the other jurors joined in on the interviews but our selection was based on the controller's report that compared systems and we selected the list from the controller and contacted those systems. we were also told that all of the systems in europe use switchbacks as a tool, so we took advantage of a vacation to contact three systems in paris, and speak to repr
identifies them. only using that name can they communicate back and forth. without trying to trace it back to the original tipster, it's not possible. >> it's an authentication as well. the original tipster is going to give me as a detective i know six months down the line this is the same person telling me something earlier. >> we delete information as soon as we get it. we do not store logs of anything that's identifiable either. >> is there a danger of a private company getting the tip first? i think that's interesting that you get it first which protects the tipster but it is also interesting that you have your hands on the information first before the police agency. >> you mean is it a danger that we're holding that information? >> just because it isn't a police agency. >> we deal with sensitive information. the other half of our business is doing notifications and we have a long history of dealing with this type of information. our servers are housed in incredibly high security data centers. the same data centers that have police data as well. we guard that information extremely jeal
champion ship. here it is today. it's still in use. the stables out there. they are meant so the public would have the opportunity previously only available to the elite, as it so often the case, as is with golf. like lincoln park built by the wpa. think of the experiences that people have had and the history which is embodied in them. there is daves tennis stadium. here it is, this was a tournament for inner-city youth. archery at golden gate park. our play grounds. here it is in use today. this is bernal heights park. you can still see the gutters they put in there. this is buena vista parks. this is quezar park. this is mount davidson. look out for the rock. this is on telegraph park. this is stern grove. this is a little known park above candle stick. here's my friend jake, standing by a wall. this was rosy play ground. they turned it into a park and it was also restored by wpa. i believe they torn down the house, which was unforgivable and the zoo is wpa. and here's the murals inside the mother's building. the marina sea walls and great aquatic park. the palace of fine arts. we wou
warmer than it has been. let us say good morning to s arah. >> once again dealing with drizzle. average speeds slower than normal. 56 on the north side through the park a ville area. so far so good on i-70 coming in toward 29. 64 miles an hour there. let us take a live look outside and see how the roads are hearing at the moment. southbound traffic going away from us to the beltway into town, no problems at the moment. but a steady live you to see what it looks like at 795. rather light on area roads. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> our big story, what else? the orioles waking up today ahead of game 3 against the new york yankees. >> walt a lot of folks would like to add to bronx tuesday began, a lot of folks cannot. we have got you covered. there will be at least three more games. in game 3 begins tonight at 7:37. the winner then has two chances to win one more game and advance to the american league championship series. >> as you can see, there's not much in sight. baltimore covered in orange. the only sign taking place is a small electronic sign on the stadium. we did find
murder rate. abc 7 news joins with us more. nick? >> good afternoon this, has been one of the toughest neighborhoods and one of the small business owners that i spoke with today says she'll not live in fear and she belongs here. police hoping that those feel the way she does will have a way to fight back against violent crime. >> this is issues in pockets if you're playing with the crowd that is what is going to happen. >> and she knows about violence and it has avoided skmer restaurant. she thinks she nes why. >> we communicate with the people in the neighborhood. they look out for us. >> communicate. that is what city leaders are trying to do. >> many are reluctant to come forward with information. >> there is a effort to reduce crime and there is a a number of those killed by gun violence to 906789 today the department introduced tip watch there is a new tool to fight crime. >> the goal tips can not be identified by police. the information inen crypted and web secure. the service allows information to be sent via text messaging or e mail. and there is saying community involvement is
in a really thoughtful way? are we allowing them to guide us on what is engaging as curriculum and what is not? and this critical thinking i think is so important, so i would like us to have a discussion about the graduation rate, and about the huge gap, so we have this achievement gap but we is a larger gap with the graduation rate and look at class of 2014. 2015 it could i think make owl of us at this dais weep so i would like to include this somewhat into our conversation about graduation, and about us setting up this higher much more rigorous course of reqens of classes and i understand we're preparing them for that but if we lees them before that they won't graduate and what do we do about the students now and what is the safety net for them? and will we be able to give them that sense of resiliencies and not eanl through graduation and carry them through life and it's tough at some times and we want every student to feel successful and if they're not entering college at 18 and like my husband and going at 40 and perhaps they can do that and perhaps we could have a conversation at
is passing through some dust from halley's comet. we do it once a year. but the rocks are bombarding us at 148,000 miles an hour. and fast-moving meteors are more likely to explodes and create a sonic boom. here's the picture once again. lots of people have been tweeting about this, because so many of you saw it and you called in. pat in marin county says, quote, just saw the biggest meteor hit the atmosphere. amazing. tim wrote, just saw the most amazing meteor ever in my life. bright fireball, long green, gold and red trail. and jared was on an apartment rooftop in berkeley. he says it was as bright as a 4th of july firework. >> i looked up in the sky and just streaking across it -- it almost looked like a firework but you could tell it wasn't a firework. 30 seconds later, there was a really loud boom which i instantly knew that was not something normal that goes streaking across the sky. >> perhaps the most interesting part of this, the actual size of the meteor that created all of this ruckus, smaller than a marble. >>> from a mystery in the sky to a mystery right in our own bay. th
that the whole occupy movement. there is a general sense in the world and the u.s. that there should be more income equality. there is a broad group of people in oakland -- i think that was one of the hard things for me as mayor, to get the city to have consensus on it, because people were very sensitive to that. there is taxing oil companies, etc.. that is not unique to oakland. occupy in the fall began to fall away to different groupings. you had groupings that would be doing purely electoral measures in the state. you have unions that are going to do their stuff. you a groups of people working around foreclosures in of glenfed continue to do their work. then you have a small group of about 200 people involved in violent demonstration. when we were able to arrest several hundred of them, the stats were stunning. of the 88 people arrested for violence, only 11 live in oakland. a couple of them i recognized as people who said they just moved here. it is, i think, a shrinking movement, in terms of the violence. i think the long-term issues will not go away for a long time. i am hoping, and it
at the tactical level in the marine corps. that's an area where we could use some improvement. our forces deployed to the western pacific certainly understand this, and they pass it on among themselves. the forces we deploy from southern california and the east coast that float into theater understand disaster assistance and humantarian response very well. that hasn't quite migrated itself into the institutional arena in terms of forces stationed here in the united states as it would relate to defense support to civil authorities. i think that's primarily -- this is not a primary mission for us. it's something that we do pay attention to, of course, as we deploy overseas. not necessarily forces we have here in the states. we do understand immediate response, rolling out the gate to help our neighbors in an immediate nature, but i think not so much in terms of mobilization and deploying inside our country. so, this is an area where opportunities like san francisco fleet week will allow us for, and i believe at some point really incorporate this in some internal doctrine that will benefit us in the
news" with brian williams. >>> good evening. they now estimate over 67 million of us watched the debate in denver last night and what people saw was a highly energized, motivated and combative mitt romney sharing the stage with a subdued and lackluster president obama. what they saw was mitt romney on his way over the course of 90 minutes to scoring a clear and consensus victory in what will be the first of three meetings. between these two men. for romney, today felt like a new chapter. here's a look at the crowd waiting for him tonight in virginia. while the president today said some things he was expected to say on that stage last night. we begin our coverage with nbc's andrea mitchell. andrea, good evening. >> good evening, brian. the president showed up today armed with attack lines against mitt romney a day late. trying to regain his footing after a rocky debate performance, the president today at an outdoor rally seemed everything he was not last night. >> the man on stage last night, he does not want to be held accountable for the real mitt romney's decisions and what he's been
, this is an area where opportunities like san francisco fleet week will allow us for, and i believe at some point really incorporate this in some internal doctrine that will benefit us in the event that this is a requirement inside the u.s. >> thank you. this morning secretary schultz asked one of the panels that was involved in communications and command and control about in this age of information, real-time information, how you're hit with a sea of information and how do you deal with that. something as senior leaders all of you have dealt with. and i believe admiral zukunft used the term dealing with reality tv. so, until you get that unity of effort and get into an up tempo, how do you as a senior leader deal with that sea of information coming at you that's all over cnn and the cable as you look at deploying your forces? >> i'll take that one again. and i'll go back to my experience during the gulf oil spill. and we lost public trust very early on because we would quote numbers and then the numbers would change and then the more they changed, and if you're the speaking head, you lose public
. and two of the big draws on sunday. hundreds of thousands are flocking to the city. using public transportation to. bart had a new record. 320,000 purchasing tickets. and sunday is also expected to also be huge. great news. >> 60% of our passengers pay for a ticket purchased. when there is a huge rider ship. it benefits everybody. >> a lot of money was exchanging hands at the castro district. green for gold beer. cold-a-beer. and also, cash for charity like " cheer us up ". and they were having great luck fourth donation solicitation. >> this is great. >> the parents of sanchez elementary to a good vantage of the crowd by charging $20. for parking on the schoolyard. that money will help fund a field trip. the $1,500 is what we're hoping. >> and look at the restaurants. gathering to watch the italian heritage parade. the owner of this north beach restaurant saying that it is a good day. >> everybody will get together and have fun. we need more days like this in san francisco court >> maureen kelly, kron 4. >> the official number from bart. rider ship got to in new record. 319,000.
. >> there is a sense of urgency here, when you lose you go home. so... i mean i'm sure hunter will remind us today before the game but... i think we all kind of know. >> it's going to be ryan voguelsong tonight and you have more games to win, but you've got to win four out of your next five that. is tough to do. i'm mike shumann abc news. >> wine freedman has highlights fans can expect at tonight's game. wayne? >> we've been here all day. it's been interesting to watch this place come to life from sleepy downtown san frn this morning to the place that it is tonight. vibrant. the center of the city and nation. some fans began arriving at 10:00 this morning zwrouft get a sense of the area. but the countdown began past two. giants took the field looking loose and business-like. fans can only hope to hit the ball as well tonight as they did here, we're just minutes from game time. no word as who will throw out the first pitch. they're keeping this a secret. we know who sang the national anthem. it's a familiar face. third base coach tim flannery joined bob weir from the grateful dead. he sings in his
of technology companies that does what they call kharkov bonds, -- call hack-a-thons, which they used to help the government look at the way they deliver services, and do business, and use the innovation of the technology world to overlay process with new ideas about how to deliver services more efficiently. with that relationship and through our chief innovation officer, we have got, i think, the beginnings of a brand new relationship that i think will bring us closer to the business needs of that new industry, but at the same time allow us to change the way we do business so we can be more responsive to that. the first year i did this breakfast, it was willie brown in your seat, jerry brown in your seat, and we had questions about the difficulty of buildings for the stadium in order to retain teams. it feels like groundhog day. how many years on, we are still there. you seem to be in the hot seat. you have three professional sports teams, all of whom could go elsewhere. i know you just approved a $3 million grant from a redevelopment fund to look at the coliseum. is there a reasonable amoun
stunned. >>> and over-caffeinated, what is in the stuff millions of us buy, and why sometimes it is impossible to know amid the questions about safety. nightly news begins now. >>> good evening, and while we are in the middle of covering whirlwind election campaign, tonight, something else deserves our immediate attention at the top of the broadcast. while the calendar may tell us we're days away from halloween and the november election, for that matter, it is still hurricane season. and hurricane sandy has experienced what forecasters are calling a stunning increase in size and in intensity. this late-season storm has already caused flooding in jamaica, damage in cuba, and haiti, and because it has the potential to affect more than 50 million americans along the east coast population centers, if it indeed combines with another storm and makes u.s. landfall as is now considered likely, it deserves our attention. we begin our coverage with meteorologist jim cantore on singer island in florida, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian, this is a forerunner of what we're de
apologize. this is a good report card for us. it's a good reminder where we have to go and where we have been and how far we need to go still. thanks. >> commissioner mendoza. >> thank you. i have several comments. these are some just reminders they think are really i am grateful to be in san francisco and i thank the mayor and the superintendent and the superintendent of oakland and the superintendent of los angeles. we were together recently and the mayor mexed me and said thank god we're in san francisco and oakland and l.a. have other challenges ahead of them and i think one of the things i want to highlight is the relationships that we have and the relationships that have been built in particular in the superintendent zones because i think we've recognized that community really matters and when we got the sig funding we were embattled with our communities. this was two and a half years ago and we -- people were reluctant and we took a risk and i am glad that we d i am glad that we kind of said this is unacceptable for any of us and should be unacceptable for you as well, and we
we talk about the spirit of giving back and loving what you do, it is the spirit that drives us saying we believe in life and we believe in each other and we want our community to be stronger. >> what is life without spirit and inspiration. it is so important. you brought so much and i absolutely thank you for that. and janice i know you are up to cool stuff, too. >> yes. i am executive producing work in the silicon valley, so, i am very excited about that. and veteran radio veteran nick parker is the mc. it will be wonderful to work with hick. >> that is wonderful. we can soak up all that energy and light. i want everyone to get there, so, please get your tickets if you want to attend tonight's in the spirit awards at 6:30, tonight, sunday, at the scottish wright center in oakland. thank you for all you do. you stay right there because we have so much more inspiration for you. -i'll never forget that moment. woman: as long as i live. man: i realized, at that moment, when we first saw the damage, these people really needed us and i was going to make a difference, right her
and needs assessment of the cases that we are supervising an employee in the use of investment of over $4.7 million in the city's money that they have invested in the employment education, mental health, housing, and treatment. we have also created specialized caseloads for those high-risk transitional-age youth, including gender-responsive caseloads so we can meet the needs of our young men and women. in addition to that, we have an enhanced collaboration as a member of the gang task force in working with the department of public health crisis response services and also utilizing sanctions and reward given to us by realignment legislation, including the use of electronic monitoring technology. in addition to that, we will be opening a community assessment services center that will provide wraparound services, again providing opportunity to change their lives. education and service and skill development is key for long-term change. thank you. [applause] >> ok, i know it is getting hot in here. hang on. we only have 13 more speakers. just kidding. i would like to bring up one of our newest
for joining us. steve paulson is here with the forecast and again i ask you because we are -- people will worry about the fog seeing the blue angels. >> we had that big cool down started on thursday. it continues today. there is a lot of low clouds and high clouds over us. mostly cloudy pattern. it might play into our weather late sunday into monday. todays highs 60s and 70s. >>> right now westbound highway 4 looks pretty good. it is a little crowded as you come in through the bay point area. also slow traffic building up in pleasant hill. westbound 24 as you drive past lafayette and oakland it's a nice drive. let's go back to the desk. >>> topping our news san francisco is bracing for big crowds this weekend. more than a million people are expected to fill the streets were several high profile events. that includes the america's cup world series. the giants playoffs, fleet week, and the hardly strictly bluegrass festival. we have team coverage this morning to cover everything you need to know to plan ahead if you are going to visit the city. ktvu channel 2 reporter alex savidge has
makin island. >> the ship has a lot of use in a humanitarian assistance, disaster recovery mission. >> so i guess you could think of the hybrid ships as a giant prius, if you will. yesterday people waited three hours in line for a tour. speck the same sod. the ship is docked just south of the bay bridge. back live now on the embarcadero where lane closers again northbound at washington street, down to pier 39. save yourself a headache and avoid the area. i made the mistake of coming down yesterday and i paid the price. get this, muni reported an extra 100,000 passengers that road trains and buses yesterday so clearly a lot of people got the message. live on the embarcadero, abc7 news. >> cornell, i'm still having trouble seeing the ship as a giant prius, but i'm going to work on that. >> that's just what i -- yeah, exactly. [laughter] >> thanks a lot. well, san francisco mayor ed degrees lee has 100 more taxis are going to be out to help with the traffic congestion. and he said there are more trains and stations and muni providing extra service. including the 47l, special bus servi
before. this is what we used his inheritance for. this lead to the polio vaccine. this is one person who reveres him. suzie. she was born with clubbed feet. it's now for spinal diseases. these were men put to work. you could go to a library and check out toys. these are three themes i identified. beauty, permanence. this is a minor's wife. she doesn't look like a dorothy lang photographer. i am sure she felt better. these are stair cases in new deal buildings. part of the idea, i think this is really an expression of the old arts and crafts movement, which elnor roosevelt was part it. this was a janitor, once he checked me out, he said, come on in, i have to show you something. there was a beautiful wood laid mosaic. this is a marble mosai c. this is at the national zoo. and there's the beautiful rock work. they didn't build porto potties. this is a restroom in yosemite. we discovered these above phoenix. then there's art work which celebrates people doing ordinary but indispensable stuff. this is up at timber line lodge. they were not used to seeing them or getting classes in journalis
.,,,,,,,, the arteries of your dishwasher are constantly clogging up with grease and lime scale. use finish dishwasher cleaner every month to keep your machine in sparkling health. booze runs.. and going shop, >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> governor, can i talk to you for a minute? why won't you look at any of the tape we have on caltrans. >> wait a minute. why won't you show it to us? >> state workers caught making some booze runs and going shopping on your dime. the investigation that led to this confrontation with the governor. >>> good evening. i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm dana king. we will have that story coming up. >>> but first, we have learned about a crazy story involving one of the historic home run balls from last night's world series game. juliette goodrich tells us all about it. >> reporter: hi, dana. first and forecast, what a game tonight. but, yes, everyone talking about pablo's three home runs that he blasted out of the park yesterday. would you believe that one fan did in fact get the third ball. how she got it and what she did with it is really a s
and snow affecting parts of the northeastern u.s.. this is a storm. >> today big rigs hit the road carrying trucks and equipment and are expected to arrive by thursday. >> storm still causing chaos fort( travelers. 100 flights cancelled again today at san francisco international airport. >> abc 7 news talked to some of the stranded passengersv:. >> this woman just needs to be back home. after 30 minutes, she still haven't have a flight. >> what happened back there? >> it's complicated. >> are the airlines cooperate something. >> yes. everybody wants to fly now. >> brian green's flight rescheduled for tomorrow. >> i have to be at a cemetery. so the circumstances definitely suck. that is my story. hopefully, they can help me out. >> we're in mendocino. and have thursday getting back to the east coast. >> at least he's in no great crush to get home. vegas. >> you're going to be a prisoner of love in loss vegas. >> there are years on the ceiling. >> mireon finds it amusing. >> where is this going? >> adding to the confusion is that all 114 flights to the seven airports were cancelled. to see so
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us i'm eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze the second straight spare the air day. >> let's get the latest from mike. hottest of the day week? >>> absolutely and one with poor air quality. good morning. the poorest air quality will be inland and hills of the east bay also the santa clara valley. rest of us will have moderate to good air quality still under the spare the air moniker for the afternoon. hottest temperatures east bay valleys also towards clear lake and ukiah upper 80s to low 100s. around the bay middle 80s to possibly middle 90s redwood city could hit 93° today. coast warmer than yesterday, throw upper 70s. a lot of sunshine today and a lot of heat. if you are going to be out in the sun drink plenty of fluids try to find shade, light colored, loose fitting clothing. cooling trend we'll talk about in a if you minutes. >>> good morning. sonoma highway 12 an accident wires down at that intersection. elsewhere earlier accident north 101 at 280 in the daly city area has been cleared. nor
ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this monday morning october 8th i'm pam cook. >> and i'm ken wayne. dave clark is off this morning. let's get a quick look at traffic and weather. steve, how is it looking? >> it looks cold and clear. some of the lows are getting down into the low to mid 40s. it will be a cooler day today. a little system to the west of us getting closer. that will give temperatures in the afternoon five degrees cooling from sunday. 60s and 70s. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. northbound 101 traffic that looks pretty good approaching the 80 split with no major problems. also looking at the commute if you are driving to the bay bridge we already have a crowd here at the toll plaza. 6:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> topping our new there is is a big mess in downtown oakland after protestors targeted institutions from banks to city hall. tara moriarty is live in downtown oakland covering the effort to repair vandalized buildings. >> reporter: some of the windows that protestors smashed have been boarded up
with us. i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. first up our weather forecast. meteorologist lisa argen is in. >>> wait until you see the seven day outlook we've got everything. right now clear in fact the winds are calm and temperatures are in the mid 50s cool except if you are towards the delta 67 in fairfield. 57 mountain view, warmer day today, we've been talking about it all week upper 60s to mid 70s coast mid 80s bay with low 90s inland and it stop there another hot day on the way. >>> good morning. napa county north 29 on-ramp to 221 shutdown with injury accident. crews on scene. otherwise, a lot of roadwork through marin from san rafael south towards the waldo on to the golden gate bridge one lane to the north span also northbound direction too roadwork there. full san mateo bridge closure starting 10 p.m. friday to 5 a.m. monday you want to use dumbarton, dart or the bay bridge. >>> big bow to oracle's america's cup -- big blow to oracle's america's cup racing team. katie marzullo is live what is the latest? >> reporter: the latest from oracle is that the crew and the boat, wha
this from time to time but there was something suspicious in nature. the investigators are not telling us why they were called out. but it is the fire department. you need to come out it is your scene. the homicide investigation unit is here. again we're still waiting for the public informational officer. >> a developing story will keep you updated thank you, will tran. and also there is a hot spot, george. >> sadly menlo park there are three left lanes that are blocked with a multi- vehicle accident. blocking bayshore traffic towards university but it is not impacting southbound this could be at least another 45 minutes. we could be looking at a significant backup. that could be really jamming of the northbound 101. and we're also looking at another problem on highway 92/san mateo bridge. this is on the approach. westbound. the three right lanes are blocked with an overturned accident. this is before the toll plaza. you can see traffic is light right now. it is backed up between industrial on the westbound direction. you can expect that through highway 92. this however, could be cleared
. and i think that it is fair for people to put us through... to ask us whether we have both an obligation and the capacity, legally to do it and to ask whether there is a conflict. but i'm actually feeling less room now to do something else. the advisory opinion, or some other options, we could listen on the merits and make a judgment at that time whether we want to decide, pause, or refer, or seek referal or seek advisorry opinions. given that we have miss herrick and mr. shaw here, one possibility would be that we want to proceed and there may be complicated issues that we will want to know on the merits as well. i am not sharp and final, but i am actually what i am hearing is making me feel that we may have to do it, and there is... and less reason that we can't do it in terms of the direct, you no, do we have a conflict? we ask, you know, with regard to the city officials all of the time, who where the situation is sensitive and we are all working for the city, and we have those kinds of concerns. i haven't heard anything that said why we in particular would be unable to deal on the m
'twell -- used to that kind of weather. but they're being warmed by the way their team is playing and you say they go 2,000-miles to see the team but this is a world series and they're coming from all over the world. in a sea of blue and orange -- >> tigers. >> reporter: comes a stripe of a different coalready. orange and -- color. orange and black. where am i? i feel like i'm on second and king. nope, woodward and adams, detroit, michigan. you came from south carolina? >> we drove from minneapolis last night. >> texas. >> reporter: all part of giants' nation on tour. so far, the orange and blue aren't turning the orange and black black and blue. >> i got booed four times by the time i got off the airplane but every person has been real friendly. booing me but friendly. >> reporter: making the presence known and if it's a giants' win tonight you might consider sarah stumble from santa cruz a lucky charm. >> she took her friend kathleen bern the airline messed up. >> amazing. >> amazing, she also got first class tickets on the plane for the first time. that was cool 689. >> reporter: the coole
to mike's forecast before she comes into work she must call him or something. thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. you should dress appropriately for the hot weather. >> absolutely you want to be careful heading back to work especially if you work outside, a scar. er in many areas. -- a scorcher in many areas, no clouds, no rain, no drizzle, no mist. what we have is the potential for poor air quality especially in the east bay valleys and also the east bay hills in the santa clara valley a spare the air today many coast warm, low 70s to low 80s under total sunshine, hot around the bay, sunny, 84 to 91 extreme heat will start to develop inland 92 to possibly 103. that's your heatwave for now. >>> 5:0 starting today in san francisco, take your own shopping bag to the store or be prepared to pay more. new law in effect forcing retailers to charge shoppers who need a store bag. sue thompson is live at the safeway to explain. >> reporter: good morning. today saturday if you shop in san francisco do not bring your own bag, you will have to pay more. a new ordinance go
:00. >> and there are investigators looking for clues in a murder of a herk kul use -- hercules woman. her family says she was stabbed. police spent the day combing her home for clues. the family and frendz will held a memorial vij yint yil tonight at 8:30. and there is an update coming up at 5:00. >> there is a search for an armed man who fondle aid woman in the east bay this morning in eastern contra costa county around 6:00. the man held a knife to the woman's throat before fondling her. the victim was not seriously hurt. >> there are businesses cleaning up after another occupy oakland demonstration dissolved into vandalism. happening now, dealing with the aftermath of a march where protestors left thousands of dollars worth of damage behind. this custom glass will not be easy to repair and extra thick glass used for businesses and city hall were no match for force by protestors intent on smashing things and leaving a destructive mark. police say 200 pro testors started marching around franklin street, hitting windows and throwing paint. and also hitting oakland tribune offices and oakland police have been critici
thoughts on this particular program and on this mission because it is going to take all of us if the big one happens. so, if i can start with you, vice admiral beaman, if there is anything you'd like to impart, sir. >> actually, i have 37 things i'd like to talk about, but knowing we are the last thing between you and the refreshments in the back, i'll limit it to one. and michelle gedess brought it up earlier today. it's been characterized a couple different ways. vice admiral breckenridge asked if there are any gaps that we've discovered. i would say in a denied environment, it's something we in the military are looking and training to on a daily basis. but in terms of communications, in a denied environment -- and it's not through any particular act that's denying us other than whatever destruction is a resultant of the disaster that hit. and i think that's where we really have work to do. i think next year's table top exercise, if it addressed that or the drill itself went after that, i think we would stand to learn a lot. some of it wouldn't be pleasant, but better to learn it now t
. >> wait a minute. why won't you show it to us? >> state workers caught making some booze runs and going shopping on your dime. the investigation that led to this confrontation with the governor. >>> good evening. i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm dana king. we will have that story coming up. >>> but first, we have learned about a crazy story involving one of the historic home run balls from last night's world series game. juliette goodrich tells us all about it. >> reporter: hi, dana. first and forecast, what a game tonight. but, yes, everyone talking about pablo's three home runs that he blasted out of the park yesterday. would you believe that one fan did in fact get the third ball. how she got it and what she did with it is really a story in itself. >> into center. >> reporter: when pablo sandoval hit his third home run in last night's game, you won't believe where the ball ended up. >> he said, you know, where is the ball? where's the ball? and i'm not gonna tell him. so i'm right in here. >> reporter: she was sitting in the outfield. when the ball went over the fence, she claimed she wen
of, of what these two i'll use the term loosely people did. >> reporter: detectives described the two teens as evil and their crimes despicable. they say the suspect killed the woman at home, went to lunch, hung out with friends, came back at night to set the body on fire to cover up their tracks. alameda county sheriff's investigators say 18-year-old cody nicosia and 16-year-old christian birdsall killed barbara latiolais last wednesday over money. investigators say the 16-year- old is a distant relatives of the victim's long-time boyfriend a retired san francisco firefighter. they say the two teens planned the attack knowing the victim was home alone and her boyfriend was out of town. deputies birdsall offered the woman to do yardwork since they knew each other. once inside the house the suspects came behind the victim and choked her until she passed out. >> miss latiolais started making noises. she was not dead at that point. and the two of them took a rope and together they strangled her to death. >> reporter: detectives say the teens robbed her of jewelry, money and guns. they sa
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are here today who have invested a lot of time for us to have this opportunity to share this together. now i'm going to ask a couple of requests from you. first and foremost, if you have a cell phone, turn it off or put it on "vibrate." okay? turn it off or put it on "vibrate." the second thing i'm going to ask, i know how much fun it is to get on a bus and leave school, and go somewhere else and you are sitting next to your friends but this is where i'm going to get serious on you. we're coming together today and i said we're going to experience something together today. i mean that very seriously. we're going to experience a movie today that i think is going to touch each and every one of you. so as we prepare for what we're going to experience today, i'm going to ask you to please be very respectful of what you are about to experience and i want you to be very reflective and think about what does this have to do with me? how does this affect me and the people i have worked with or studied with or grown-up with? you have lot of adults here in the room today and if you feel like you hav
potentially put us some more stronger weather right across gilroy as we head throughout the next 20 to 50 minutes. it does not look as strong as at 3:30 to 4:30 this afternoon, but it's more wet weather on top of the already saturated ground that left over one inch of rain. isolated flooding problems may be a concern for tonight in morgan hill and also for gilroy. here's our storm photos coming in. this one shows us quarter to marble-sized hail and nuke russ pictures coming into facebook of streets covered, lawns covered and minor car damage out here. not only gilroy with with the hail reports, but we got in from los gatos penny-sized hail coming in. we'll have it all hour coming up. >> thanks so much, jeff. >>> they are still alive. the giants won again today to force a winner-take-all game five tomorrow against cincinnati. let's go live to cincinnati where scott reese has reaction from the giants. they brought their bats today. what a game. >> reporter: they found their bats, which is a great thing after totaling five hits in the last two games, although they won one game, obviously. to
neighbors before ordering the three suspects to come out. >> they told us to get back of the house, on the other side of the house, and you know, say away from the windows and stuff like that. but they department -- didn't know if they were going to fire on them. >> the three suspects are from oregon and colorado. investigators say it appears that they randomly selected the home, and they are currently held on first degree robbery charges. >>> now to the san francisco giants and the national league championship series. the huge win yesterday is turning into a lot of money today. cari liu is showing who's cashing in. >> reporter: you can't help but notice how many people are carrying bags full of merchandise, and local businesses are getting ready for sunday whether game 1 is home or away. leslie said she would be out today with a bad case of orange october. >> a play and a miss. >> oh, we screamed. we screamed, and we jumped into each other's arms. >> reporter: this lifelong fan started going to games with her dad in 1958. >> the plastic statue of willie mays kept next to my barbi
us with the new details. >> reporter: dr. marvin bottom was a practicing peetd trigs for years now accused of providing drugs to minors. for nearly five years the doctor worked here as a director of the valley health plan which provides health benefits to more than 80,000 santa clara employees and families. now he is on $1 million bail facing a list of charges. >> 18 felony counts including conspiracy, possession of methamphetamine for sale, possession of mdma ecstasy for sale, furnishing marijuana to minors, offering to furnish methamphetamine to minors. >> reporter: investigators started checking up on the doctor, while his desk job involved no parents he was writing prescriptions. >> he prescribed 29 individuals over 111 prescriptions of typically abused substances, primarily objection i codone. >> this is his estate. investigators say they found plenty of evidence here. >> the home according to the agents was essentially littered with burnt foils that are used to smoke oxycontin and the straws, there was marijuana growing by the house hanging drying marijuana plants in the gara
>> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> really foggy and dense. >> it is humid and it feels like summer. fog.'s some pretty thick almost like you cannot see in front of your car. some showers popping up on the top right-hand corner of your screen. that will last for about 30 or 45 minutes. you can run into drizzle so the streets are wet. the clouds will start to mix out and it will be unseasonably warm with highs in the upper 70's and low 80's. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. first we say good morning to sarah. >> good morning. we will see what happens in terms of the fog and the rain. we have one problem in fallston. closures in the fact. 65 coming down towards route 24 in harford county. everything running smoothly on 295 down towards 197. it will take you 10 minutes to travel south on 95 from the beltway to 32. here's a quick, live look at traffic. you can see the roads are wet. 83 at york road checking out ok in terms of delays. the j.f.x. and ruxton road, no problems to repo
year. >> just moments ago police told us there has been an arrest in the arson fire in the law offices of ozzy davis. the latest of what davis calls efforts to intimidate him. police have not released the name of the individual taken into custody or why the fire may have been set. >> a major break this afternoon in a house fire where a woman's body was found two. teens are now under arrest in connection with the death. the sheriff's office says the 18-year-old and his 16-year-old roommate beat the woman and then set her body, and the house on fire to cover up the crime. >> their intent was to burglarize the house and take valuables. they waited on the property, hiding and waiting for her to lee. she never left. >> investigators say the 16-year-old is a distant relative of the victims. thursday, the day she was killed the teen showed up with the pretense of helping the woman do yard work. both teens have been charged as adults.. >> a 24-year-old is under arrest accused of raping one woman and trying to assault nearly two years near monterey road in san jose. police say that she gave off
reporter was in the thick of it and he's live at oakland city hall for us right now. allen. >>reporter: two weeks ago the same demonstrators forced the city council to cancel their meeting. the plan this time by the city was to limit the seating so that police could control the crowd. city manager decision to close off the balcony for safety purposes setoff the crowd before the meeting even started. with limited seats the overflow crowd refused to watch on tv in a separate room. extra police were called in to guard the doors. l 30. will be no business as usual in oakland until there's justice for. >>reporter: they demand police report on the officer involved shooting death of 18-year-old allen bloom ford. police believe the high school senior had a gun when they shot him last may. >> we are just trying to get answers and we say it and say it and we haven't been able to get answers. at ever turn shut down. discouraged. treated badly. >> it pains me every time you me here d you lk autboui it >>port: cncil memr broopromed thelp und one nditio >>ut dn't jus come a ll. ecauseha
than yesterday because of two things: number one air mass is moving away from us hot air mass big cooling trend where we could drop 10 to 15° in an hour is where we get southerly winds we don't have them yet other the next hour or two that is going to develop. we'll show you how much temperatures will drop in a few minutes. >>> the bay aner is under a heat we've, nothing hotter -- than the a base to play for the division title. there's new word of a possible deal to keep the team in oakland. >> terry mcsweeney joins us live from the coliseum. . how are fans reacting to this? >> reporter: trying to talk with a's fan today about a few year lease agreement is like trying to talk to my 11-year-old son about college so far in the distance, don't bother me right here we have season ticket holders waiting to get in the coliseum which just opened up. these folks are here and now. >> . the line was long for those opening to root the a's on. so long, some didn't get tickets at 9 a.m. we found a couple in line having breakfast. >> oakland fan spirit. >> we got muffins too. >> reporter: the
: californians are paying the highest gas prices in the u.s. an average of $4.49 per gallon a regular. $0.11 higher in san francisco. nowhere near the national average of $3.want. it cost casey nearly $100 to fill up his truck and he has 14 in his company fleet. >> it is tough and, you know it is shocking to see it go up so much while other states are not quite nearly as much. >> reporter: gas soared $0.66 in four days at this north hollywood station and their owner is paying $20,000 more to refill his 8,000 gallon tank. >> it's killing everybody. i mean it's going to kill the business. >> reporter: some stations around the state ran out of gas and shut down. the price spikes caused by the richmond refinery in august and maintenance at the refineries here. exxon mobile said that a power failure is back online. the california energy commission says they are monitoring the supply. >> there is ample supply of gasoline to meet consumer demand. >> reporter: the state uses a special summer blend of fuel. it reduces smog conditions in the summertime. most of it is refined in california. some rel
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